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been involved. >>> this morning, the parent the of a burlingame -- the parents of a burlingame teenager spoke out. they held a news conference with assemblyman jerry hill outside their hope. they stood under a treehouse that doug built with his son, brett. two years ago, 19-year-old brett crashed his car and died after a night of drinking on a party bus. now governor brown has signed hill's new party bus law -- party bus law. starting january 1st, bus companies must require chaperons when people under -- chaperones when people under 21 will be on the bus. >> the party is over. enough is enough. our youth, our valuable. >> bus companies and drivers who break the law face misdemeanor fines and possible loss of licenses. >>> the "exam inner" reports that -- "the examine" reports that the sheriff's attorney want to look into the perjury issues more with mayor lee. >>> a landscaping crew discovered something big at hyde street near fulton when they hit something. the bricks, concrete and steel turned out to be the old city hall that collapsed during the 1906 earthquake. the current city hall
for the arts festival around burlingame today. still looking at mid 70s for that clearing mid-morning and then a mild afternoon. so couple degrees of cooling n some areas but overall staying pretty much the same as more cooling gets underway throughout the middle of the week. by saturday morning, autumn has arrived. >> carolyn: so tonight at niners game, pretty darn chilly. >> dress in layers and temperatures will be in the upper 50s. >> carolyn: thank you. 49ers fans should think twice before heckling detroit lion fans. it might be a police officer. they plan to send undercover cops into the crowd as part of an ongoing effort to prevent fights. police will be monitoring for scalpers and sellers of counterfeit tickets. police chief greg suhr used similar practices during baseball games at at&t park. first home game of the season is kicking off at 5:20 this afternoon at candlestick park. in about 40 minutes the raiders will battle the dolphins in miami hoping to rebound from monday night's opening game loss. last night stanford beat usc for the fourth straight year. latest top
-clouds. inland locations did get hot today. pleasanton top out at 97. of south coast, 84. 68 in burlingame. mid-60's in the city of san francisco. low clouds are hanging tough and near the bay, temperatures in the upper 60s. 80 degrees the evening temperature and wind. we have a little bit of an onshore flow courtesy of weak low pressure to the northwest but the big weather feature is still this area of high pressure. not as strong as we first thought but still strong enough to impact the weather. it is sliding down to the south over the weekend. that subtle change will bring enough to bring on the onshore flow. mainly sunny skies each afternoon but we will see a cooling trend as that onshore flow increases. highs near 90 once again. in the '70s near the bay with a slight cooling trend this weekend. 81 in sunnyvale, 81 in campbell. 74 in hayward. concord 87, 91 in fairfield. 64 degrees in the city with sunshine in the afternoon. the weekend is looking good. low '70's near the bay and low '60's at the coast. cooling down even further next week. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >> the big apple is downsizing its sod
a bill that gives some comfort to a burlingame family whose 19-year-old son died in a car crash after a night of drinking on a party bus. >> reporter: we are here at the home where the parents just spoke with assemblyman jerry hill. they've been working together for the past two years trying to push this legislation. you can say today is a feeling of victory, but bittersweet for the lives that will be saved in memory of 19-year-old brett studebaker. in the shadow of the tree house their son brett helped build doug and linda studebaker embrace and fight back tears. >> i feel really honored to stand here and honor brett in this way >> reporter: in 2010, their 19-year-old son brett died after celebrating a friend's 20 first birthday on a party bus. at the end of night he ran into a wall alcohol level three times the legal limit. governor brown signed the law sunday. it will close a loophole in current law that holds limo operators, but not charter buses responsible for underaged drinking. >> we hope by standing here today through our efforts over the past two years, we can prevent anothe
that gives some comfort to a burlingame family whose 19-year-old son died in a car crash after a night of drinking on a party bus. >> reporter: we are here at the home where the parents just spoke with assemblyman jerry hill. they've been working together for the past two years trying to push this legislation. you can say today is a feeling of victory, but bittersweet for the lives that will be saved in memory of 19-year-old brett studebaker. in the shadow of the tree house their son brett helped build doug and linda studebaker embrace and fight back tears. >> i feel really honored to stand here and honor brett in this way >> reporter: in 2010, their 19-year-old son brett died after celebrating a friend's 20 first birthday on a party bus. at the end of night he ran into a wall alcohol level three times the legal limit. governor brown signed the law sunday. it will close a loophole in current law that holds limo operators, but not charter buses responsible for underaged drinking. >> we hope by standing here today through our efforts over the past two years, we can prevent another traged
of this industry. reporting live in burlingame, " corcoran. >> dealing and other san jose man accused of trying to poison his girlfriend has been delayed. he was set to appear this morning but authorities are still determining just what charges to file. alissa harrison explains the bizarre circumstances surrounding this >> is shocking, it is something that you only see on television. >> she is the owner of north daycare center police say 63 year-old resident was slowly being poisoned by her board and when you come to visit. he would allegedly sneaking in mixed drinks that he said were bought bottles of blood and water. a nurse assistant to some suspicious on friday. >> she had a bottle of water at her bedside that looked discolored. and she proceeded to smell it and that is when she found that it smelled like chlorine. >> the nursing staff tested the water and found courting in the drink. levels were higher than you would find in a swimming pool. a refrigerator in the room contained more bottles of the liquid. >> so in the last couple of days is when we believe he brought this water. >> police
remains in a coma. >>> the parents of a burlingame teen who died after drinking on a bus new law. 19-year-old brett smashed his car dropped off by a party bus two years ago. starting january 1st, companies must require chaperons. no people under 21 will be on the bus and if they suspect underage drinking. at a news conference outside their home today the studebakers said the bill introduced by jerry hill is an honor to their son's memory. >>> opponents proposed no jail made their voices heard today. protesters say the $160 million conference instruction would be bert sent on programs saying keeping people out of jail but today the supervisors voted to approve next year's budget which include funding for the jail. >> there is a public safety issue and if people get arrest and had they get evicted, someone thooz house them, and that's our role. our role is humane and opportunities right now is really dilapidated. >> counties are also feeling from a new state law that's more lower-level criminals to their jails. new san mateo county jail would have both men and women open in 2015. >>> a 67-y
the bus drivers to monitor and underage drinking on board. the law is named for the 19 year-old burlingame man who died in a car crash two years ago after an evening of heavy drinking on a party bus. tiny apartments tabled today by san francisco supervisors a vote on whether to allow developers to build units as small as 720 square feet to 220 square feet is going to be on the ballots. it will strain city services and increased population density. construction crews have uncovered ruins from the old city hall destroyed in the 1906 earthquake. the chronicle reports foundations were found along hyde street journal landscaping project two weeks ago. the rulings will be buried again after historians and architects finished examining the sites. >>> that has sold 40 million copies already but tonight's 50 shades fever had fans lining up out the door of one san francisco bookstore there to meet the woman behind the best- selling series. elizabeth cook was there. >>> i think it is it's a gray has become an obsession in so it is like justin bieber you get a fever and then you can get rid of it. i
70s there. and burlingame. also low 70s for another outdoor arts festival. 64 in monterey. it will be cool and breezy there despite the sunshine. in the look ahead, temperatures just about the same as yesterday. maybe a couple degrees cooler. then by tomorrow and into the middle of the week, you will notice around the bay and inland the numbers come down to below average. we will look for the pattern to pretty much stay with us with not much change throughout the week ahead. you know, last week there wasn't much change either. >> so what's the deal on that? >> it's just september, really. we tend to like that, i think. although you said we should be a little warmer for this time of year. we will work on that. >> thank you, lisa. coming up at 7:00 is good morning america. we are joined live now from new york to tell us what you guys are looking at and working on this morning. >> hey, carolyn, good morning to you. we have a lot to cover this morning. breaking news. we have the latest on the attack that killed four u.s. soldiers on a u.s. base in afghanistan. the same base th
be monday. the burlingame pet parade today. it's going to be hot and breeze, california having their life walk in saratoga. cooling not really until midweek and the end of the work week. be careful out there. it's really an adisrupt warmup. >> you mentioned the pet parade in burlingame. there's a regular old parade in sonoma and sonoma plaza starting 8:00 tonight. it should be great. lisa, thanks a lot. we are joined live from new york to tell us what is coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america." g up on gma. >> did the the he use the patch? >> you will have to wait to find out. i'm bummed we don't have the parades here you seem to have in san francisco. >> pet parades, day parades, night parades, it's parade capital right now. >> i love your city. >> all right. thanks a lot. in sports this afternoon the a's will continue their quest for a wildcard spot in the playoffs. oakland two games ahead of the angels. five games to go after beating the mariners last night at the coliseum. larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. the finish line is in sight. six gam
on the peninsula, much of the day it's not all of the day in the '60s. 68 for the high in burlingame. along the bay upper 60s and partly cloudy skies, sting cloudy at the coast, 62 this evening and a warm evening with 80 in mind, that is sure toasty, five degrees above average. all this cloud cover setting off of the coastline but there's not that push, a strong push in mind so that much of the cloud cover will stay at the coast and only a little bit of fog for the bay. a wide perspective shows high- pressure, you can see this because everything is moving from west to east with high pressure moving to the south. subtle changes but it has a big impact on our weather. we will keep the sun shined but high-pressure goes to the south this upcoming weekend giving us the clockwise flow around us and give us an onshore flow special coming up on sunday, dropping temperatures down. cloud cover hanging out along the coast and through the golden gate, 6:00 tomorrow morning the clouds already begin their retreat and a lot of sunshine with-clouds passing by once again tomorrow. some fog, low cloud cover pushing
. >> 8:00 tonight the lighted parade in sonoma, burlingame is starting about now. thanks a lot. research lab in palo alto is coming up with some pretty cool ideas for smart phone or tablet. david louie takes us inside. >>> at&t calms it their foundry but instead of molding metal it makes new service to tap in the wireless, two. networks. one is to link health care providers using a tablet to monitor vitals. another is expected to be released next we are promotes driver safety. a module inside a car will allow parents ta to track their teenager's speed. texting can be turned off and parents can say how far they are drive. >> it's a radius for the teenage driver, setting a radius so if the teenage driver leaves that area you receive an alert that the driver is out of the radius. >> at&t has invested $90 million to set up three foundrys to foster innovation. >> most of our partners are not at&t employees. they are start-ups and architect. we think that drawing on that knowledge from the community is the only way we're going to move things forward. >> reporter: there is a lot 6 talk about re
. >> residents from burlingame can relax if they're checking gas meters. there is a warning that is retracted that burglars were poised as pg and the employees. workers without employee identification have tried to gain entrance however, this turned out that they were in fact utility records. however, to still check to let any stranger before entering their home. >> the state of vermont is asking an appeals court to repeal a law that does not recognize same-sex marriage as unconstitutional. this is denying as unfair discrimination they are saying that congress does not have the authority to refuse recognition of gay marriage. earlier, this month there was a vote on a band of same-sex marriage that was overturned and now they're asking the supreme court to reinstate proposition 8. >> coming up the body of uc- davis student has been found. first, we're going to go live to the state of ohio, would this is expecting joe biden to stop by this morning for a campaign event. ohio is a battleground state. [ female announcer ] now your best accessory can be your smile. with colgate optic white toothpas
in the low 70s, 60 san bruin, san mateo, burlingame, and not much change possible warmer saturday sunday. >>> where apple stock is after closing above $700 for the first time. >> the family of the missing firefighter who disappeared on a train, they think they know what happened. >> how your black muslim bakery is trying to make a come back, even though the former leader is behind bars serving three life sentences. so... [ gasps ] these are sandra's "homemade" yummy, scrumptious bars. hmm? maybe. rich chocolate chips... i just wanted you to eat more fiber. chewy, oatie, gooeyness... and, and...and then the awards started coming in, and i became addicted to the fame. topped with chocolaty drizzle... and fraudulence. i'm in deep, babe. you certainly are. [ male announcer ] fiber one. fiber beyond recognition. >>> you interstate 280 affected by a construction trailer in san francisco, whatever that trailer is, it's next to 280. it was on fire this morning. actually saw a picture from people who were tweeting it, the flames were right there in between the freeway. news chopper 2 is showing u
this morning. let's talk about the traffic on the road. southbound 101 in burlingame, there is also another crash on the peninsula. there's one at 92 and 101 and the san mateo bridge traffic is pretty busy and so is the traffic on 580 all over the bay area over to castro valley and 880, as a matter of fact, 880 is backed up out of -- out of oakland. all the way down to fremont. that's horrible news. we normally do not see this. i think the chain reaction of the crash on 680. some people thought i will take 880. san mateo bridge is -- san mateo traffic is busy. so today, if you are in a position where you can say, you know what? i'm gonna work from home, that might be your best bet. if you can do that. some people say they can't. >> did you say oakland to from mont? >> yes. >> that's a long way. >>> a lot of fog around. there are signs that the high pressure is gonna build in. that long-awaited offshore breeze might develop. we'll see if it happens. right now there is a lot of fog out there. it's not going anywhere today. temperatures inland will come down. coast and bay, not much change the
man drove alongside her along dwight road and burlingame and asked if she wanted to earn money. in both instances, girls walked away. the first individual is a balanced-headed man in his 40 -- bald-headed man and the second is has black hair and glasses. >>> a teenager was found safe after being kidnapped from her home in henderson, nevada. >> they found melissa durant, bound and blindfolded on p the floor. less than 20 hours after she was taken and held for ransom. two men are in custody and they may be connected to a landscaping company owned by her father. >>> at 7:30 in the morning, a parents' worse nightmare occurred. a young girl was abducted from her home. >> officers say it appears duran put up a fight during the abduction. >> they arrested two teenagers suspect a string of burglaries. a woman called yesterday afternoon after she said someone kicked in the front door. she hid in the bathroom while one suspect ransacked the home and the other acted as a lookout. they were identified as michael clark and bonds. they might be responsible for other burglaries in the area. t
the romney campaign. he's in burlingame, california. good morning. >> reporter: the romney campaign insists this was not politically motivated, the timing of it on a friday when fewer people are paying attention. but nonetheless, by putting the tax returns out at this time, they're hoping to put to bed this issue and avoid any further nasty headlines as we move forward. let's take a look at the 2011 tax returns for myth and ann romney. they paid nearly $2 million in federal taxes in 2011. their total income was nearly $14 million for roughly a 14.1% tax rate compared to about 13.9% just a year earlier, to give you a sense, the average middle class family, depending the way you calculate that, plays roughly 13%. the romneys also paid $4 million in charity last year. meanwhile today, the president will try to fortify his support in the battleground state of wisconsin. of course, the home state of paul ryan, mitt romney's running mate. he has been using romney's hidden camera video from just a week ago where he referred to 47% of americans as victims who are government dependents, to attack hi
, burlingame police say the man in question were in fact legitimate contractors working for pg&e. >>> according to the l.a. times, park officials have decide that high sierra camps will remain open, even though one visitor who stayed there was sickened by the hantavirus. park officials say they are warning 6000 visitors who stayed at high sierra camps about possible exposure. there have been seven other cases of hantavirus, including three deaths linked to a group of tent cabins incur re village, on the valley floor. >>> well, in texas, they are also dealing with the case of the hantavirus, but this one is related to a popular reality show. the centers for disease control say a woman contracted the illness while helping clean a house for the discovery series "hoarding." the home is now under quarantine, but there is concern because there were books removed from the house, donated to the library and some of the books have already been lent out. the virus is contracted through droppings of infected mice. >>> good morning to you. an enjoyable forecast for your weekend. we are waking up with mostly
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